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Waste Management

Waste management fleets are on the front lines of the fight against harmful emissions. Every day, they operate directly with the homes and business of their community, helping them stay clean. It makes perfect sense that they’d want to help keep the air clean as well. But at the end of the day, the trucks need to run reliably and stay on budget. Luckily, there’s Neste MY Renewable Diesel, which can meet all these needs.

Neste MY Renewable Diesel emits no new carbon out of the engine, while its TOP TIER™ certified quality guarantees your vehicles will keep running the way you need.

To find out how you can lower your carbon footprint and keep the powerful performance you need to keep moving, download our guide today.

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Staying up to date on trends in transportation is vital to keeping the competitive edge that will help you win and retain new business. Implement cost-effective optimizations to help future-proof your fleet. Download our guide to get concrete solutions to today’s challenges in fleet management.

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Staying up to date on trends in fueling is vital to keeping the competitive edge that will help you win and retain new business. Implement cost-effective optimizations to help future-proof your fleet. Download our guide to get concrete solutions to today’s challenges in fleet management.

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*Lifecycle greenhouse gas emission reductions compared to fossil diesel and based on current feedstock pathways. Calculation method complies with the LCFS CA-GREET 2.0
**Carbon emissions from the use of renewable diesel are zero, as the amount of biobased carbon dioxide released during combustion is equal to the amount previously absorbed by the renewable raw material.